Social Psychology RSS Feeds
RSS Feed – sites.psu.edu/aspsy/blog/feed
Site – sites.psu.edu/aspsy/blog
About Site – The purpose of the Applied Social Psychology (ASP) blog is to allow students to write about the course concepts as they observe those concepts in action in real life. Sort of like a personal news story. The trick is to start thinking like an applied social psychologist; seeing the theories and concepts in action.
RSS Feed – rips-irsp.com/rss
Site – rips-irsp.com/articles
About Site – The journal is aimed at all researchers, students, and professionals in social psychology. The RIPS focuses on the quality of publications in all areas of social psychology. The expertises of the texts proposed are realized by an international reading committee. The IRSP publishes literature reviews, theoretical notes and empirical research in all areas of social psychology.
RSS Feed – in-mind.org/rss.xml
Site – in-mind.org/blog
About Site – The Inquisitive Mind, or In-Mind, is In-Mind Foundation’s flagship online quarterly magazine for social psychology. We publish a peer-reviewed magazine, and we’d like to think that our journal is the highest impact journal in social psychology. We aim to interact with everyone interested in everyday human concerns, informing you on the hot trends in scientific psychological research!
RSS Feed – socialpsychonline.com/feed
Site – socialpsychonline.com
About Site – This blog is all about spreading the news of social psychology. Research in social psychology has a lot to say about people in their everyday lives. Its findings have implications for social change, self-improvement, marketing, public policy, & more. My goal is to present research in psychology in a fun engaging way so that people can understand its fascinating implications. Blog by Andy Luttrell.
RSS Feed – blogs.helsinki.fi/spring-fi/..
Site – blogs.helsinki.fi/spring-fi
About Site – This blog presents social psychological research on intergroup relations, identity and immigrant integration carried out in the discipline of Social Psychology, University of Helsinki.
RSS Feed – socialpsych.blogs.pace.edu/feed
Site – socialpsych.blogs.pace.edu
Westchester and NYC
About Site – We hope to build up this blog with our ideas on how research from the field of social psychology can help us make sense of events going on at our campus but also in the world around us.
RSS Feed – amycuddyblog.com/feed
Site – amycuddyblog.com
About Site – Social psychologist, Harvard Lecturer, speaker, and bestselling author Dr. Amy Cuddy is an expert on the behavioral science of power, presence, and prejudice. Amy Cuddy’s Reflections On Social Science & Civility.
13. Social PsyQ
RSS Feed – socialpsyq.com/feed
Site – socialpsyq.com
About Site – Social psychology is everywhere. We help you make sense of it. We’re interested in social psychology in a broad sense (the ways in which the implied or real presence of others influences people’s thoughts, actions and beliefs). Specifically, we want to translate research, make social psych more accessible & begin an informal dialog about social science in the digital age. Blog by Jen and Mallory.